Lorentz Center - Electron Paramagnetic Resonance at High Field and High Frequency: Technology and Applications from 10 May 2004 through 12 May 2004
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    Electron Paramagnetic Resonance at High Field and High Frequency: Technology and Applications
    from 10 May 2004 through 12 May 2004

 
Aim and Subject

This workshop is organized by the EC Infrastructure Cooperation Network SENTINEL (Service ENhancement Through Infrastructure Networking for Electron paramagnetic resonance spectroscopy with Large fields). The aim is to bring the members of this network together with experts and interested scientists in the field of high-field/high-frequency EPR spectroscopy, to discuss recent technical developments and scientific advances and to disseminate these results in the European science community at large.

 

The program of the workshop will consist of a number of oral presentations by the members of the SENTINEL Network, by invited speakers and by scientists whose contribution has been selected for an oral presentation. There will be a poster session and a round-table discussion about present and future technical developments. During the workshop a business meeting of the members of the SENTINEL network will be organized to discuss the achievements and future developments.

 

The meeting will start on Monday, May 10, 2004 at 12.30 hours with a lunch and will end Wednesday, May 12, 2004 with a lunch at 14.00 hours. The maximum number of participants is 50. In view of the fact that 28 places are reserved for members of the groups participating in the SENTINEL Network and for the invited speakers, about 22 places are available for other interested scientists. These places will be handed out on a first-come, first served basis. The accepted persons are stimulated to submit a scientific contribution to the program. Their contribution will be considered by the program committee  and will be selected either for an oral or a poster presentation.

 

Please send the title of your proposed contribution (oral or poster) and a short abstract (1/2 page) with the name(s) of the author(s) before March 1 2004. If you have a contribution for the round-table discussion, please indicate this with “round-table”.

 

There will be no registration costs but the accepted persons are expected to pay their own travel and lodging expenses.

 

The following speakers have agreed to participate:

 

A.L. Barra (Grenoble) –

High-Frequency EPR Studies of Iron Complexes

 

M. Bennati (Frankfurt) –

180 GHz pulsed EPR and 95GHz ENDOR for the Mechanistic Studies of Enzyme Catalysis

 

K.P. Dinse (Darmstadt) –

What is special about Endofullerenes?

 

M. Fittipaldi (Leiden) –

High-Frequency EPR on Copper Proteins. From Type-1 to Type-2

 

E. Goovaerts (Antwerp)

W-band EPR study of pure and beryllium doped cubic boron nitride crystals

 

A. Jánossy (Budapest) -

Electron Delocalization and Dimerization in Solid C59N Doped C60 Fullerene

 

G. Kothe (Freiburg) –

Magneto Orientation of Photosynthetic Cyanobacteria Studied by High-Field EPR: Mechanism and Applications

 

F. Lendzian (Berlin) –

Structure of Catalyctically Active Radicals in Enzymes from Combined Single-Crystal High-Field EPR/ENDOR and X-Ray Diffraction

 

K. Möbius (Berlin) –

High-Field EPR on Transfer and Channel-Forming Proteins in Action: Structure and Dynamics of Molecular Switches

 

L.A. Pardi (Pisa) –

A Multi-Frequency EPR Study of Spin-Probe Dynamics in Polystyrene

 

O.G. Poluektov (Argonne) –

Structure and Dynamics of Photosynthetic Reaction Center Proteins Studied by High-Frequency EPR Spectroscopy

 

T. Prisner (Universität Frankfurt) –

Distances and Orientations of Metal Centers in Proteins Determined by Pulsed Multifrequency EPR

 

J. Schmidt (Leiden) –

Probing the Wave Function of Shallow Li and Na donors in ZnO Nanoparticles by EPR and ENDOR Spectroscopy at 95GHz

 

G.M. Smith (St. Andrews, UK) –

Title, T.B.A.

 

S. Un (Saclay) –

High-Field EPR studies of Proteins Involved in Oxidative Stress

 

 

Interested persons can register at the following link: http://www.lc.leidenuniv.nl/lc/web/2004/20040510/registration.php3?wsid=115

 

For information please visit the website of the Lorentz Center at: http://www.lc.leidenuniv.nl where relevant information is displayed and continuously updated.

 

Local organizing committee:

Prof.dr. E.J.J. Groenen

Dr. P. Gast

Prof.dr. J. Schmidt

 

Program committee:

A.L. Barra (Grenoble)

J.C. Maan (Nijmegen)

Ph. Goy (Paris)

A. Janossi (Budapest)

M. Martinelli (Pisa)

J. Schmidt (Leiden)

G.M. Smith (St. Andrews)

 

 



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